Paul DeLakis and Ohio State moved into the top 10, but could be a legit top 5 program – if they can figure out a way to repeat their Big Ten times at NCAAs.
The mid-season Ohio State Invite will feature a handful of top programs from last year, including men and women from the host Buckeyes, Kentucky & Notre Dame.
Ohio State’s freshman NCAA qualifier Ruslan Gaziev will sit out what would have been his sophomore season, preparing for an Olympic bid for Canada.
After leaving Arizona State University, Michigan native Cameron Craig has announced Sunday that he’ll continue his NCAA career with Ohio State University.
Cameron Craig hasn’t raced collegiately since the 2018 NCAA Championships, but recently entered the NCAA transfer portal.
National team member Devon Nowicki swam top 10 US times in both the 50 and 100 breast at the West Michigan Classic.
He swam a very tight race, going out in 24.83 and coming back in 25.62, marking just a .79 second difference between his 50s.
Craig last competed at the 2018 NCAA Championships in March of 2018.
Cameron Craig’s last competitive race was at the 2018 NCAA Championships, where he earned Honorable Mention All-America honors in the 100 free for Arizona State.
The Biggest news coming into this morning is that Andrew Seliskar will not be swimming the 400 IM, and rather is opting for the 200 free today.
Andrew Seliskar leads a stacked Cal group that’s looking for their second consecutive Men’s Pac-12 title.
Pac-12 200 freestyle champion Cameron Craig no longer swims for ASU, the school confirmed Thursday.
In-state rivalry will be at its finest this week. Texas v. Texas A&M, Florida v. Florida State upcoming!
Craig hasn’t logged a race since the 2018 NCAA Championships.
Townley Haas and the Texas Longhorns are the returning #1s… right? Our first-place votes are surprisingly split in our preseason NCAA men’s Power Rankings.